CASPER, Wyo. — Midwest Schools will implement a Classroom-Based Virtual Education (Temporary Virtual Learning Day) on Wednesday, October 13 due to weather, the Natrona County School District announced Tuesday.
The call was made “after careful evaluation and review of current and projected weather and transportation conditions impacting Midwest and its surrounding community,” NCSD said.
“If your student lives in Midwest but attends a school in Casper, remote learning will be provided by the school they attend. NCSD Transportation will not be running to and from Midwest.”
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“All students are provided technology resources to bring home in the event of an inclement weather day. As such, they should be prepared to attend school virtually Wednesday, October 13,” NCSD said.
“As always, the primary responsibility in protecting a child’s health and school attendance always resides with the parent or guardian.”